On Sunday, following New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival2019’s final day, Dumpstaphunk made their way to Tipitina‘s for a special late-night performance. Up-and-coming guitar virtuoso Marcus King was the evening’s featured guest, joining the band for a series of covers and impressive improvisational exploration.Dumpstaphunk—comprised of Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, Tony Hall, Nick Daniels III, and Alvin Ford Jr.—opened up their show with a full-throttle double bass duel between Tony and Nick. Following approximately an hour of Dumpstaphunk’s firey-hot funk jams, the band invited up Marcus King for the remainder of their main set. With the addition of King, the funk warriors worked through “I’d Rather Be (Blind, Crippled and Crazy)”, a soul tune originally recorded in 1973 by O.V. Wright. Dumpstaphunk and King moved forward with choice covers, including B.B. King‘s “It’s My Own Fault”, the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’”, and a set-closing take on Led Zepplin‘s “Ramble On”.Watch pro-shot video of Dumpstaphunk’s Tipitina’s performance featuring special guest Marcus King below:Dumpstaphunk – Tipitina’s – 5/5/2019[Video: nugsnet]Next up for Dumpstaphunk is a performance at The Charleston Pour House in Charleston, SC on Thursday, May 23rd. A few weeks later, Dumpstaphunk will hit the road with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic as a featured support act on the band’s expansive One Nation Under A Groove farewell tour. For a full list of Dumpstaphunk’s upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.
The passenger and the seized drugs were turned over to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency for filing of charges and further investigation. An antidrug operative inspect the suspected illegal drugs seized from a suspected Thai drug mule at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Feb. 3. CUSTOMS.GOV.PH MANILA – Suspected shabu worth P28 million was seized from an arriving Thailand passenger at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). The passenger, Pakjira Janwong, arrived at the NAIA Terminal 3 at 1:40 a.m. Monday on an AirAsia Zest Flight Z2 288 from Bangkok, Thailand and tried to smuggle into the Philippines some 4.125 kilograms of suspected shabu. Immediately, Janwong was arrested by Customs personnel and examiners and the Thai national contested that he was only asked to bring the luggage to the country, NAIA Customs Collector Carmelita Talusan said. The suspected illegal drugs were discovered when Janwong’s luggage underwent X-ray scanning. Customs officials the discovered found the white crystalline substances concealed under the false bottom lining of the luggage. The arrested Thai national will be charged with violation of the Republic Act 9165, or The Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN
Even when it slumped in the third quarter, ESM made key stops, and then regrouped late as Devin Mascato-Buffaloe led the attack, his 24 points half a result from four 3-pointers.Sevem other Spartans earned field goals, though no one had more than Joe Kopp’s total of six points. On Auburn’s side, only Andrew Bishuk, with 11 points, hit double figures.Two days later, it was ESM in a neighborhood clash against Fayetteville-Manlius, and it went the Spartans’ way as, once again, it shut down an opponent on the way to a 60-45 victory. Game by game, and week by week, the East Syracuse Minoa boys basketball team further establishes its legitmacy amid a crowded field of Class A contenders.The Spartans were 3-0, but without even a mention in the state Class A rankings, when it traveled west to take on 4-1 Auburn last Thursday night. And it was ESM’s defense that made most of the difference in a 55-44 victory over the Maroons.During the first half, the Spartans steadily produced baskets and nearly doubled Auburn’s output, building a 34-18 margin that it would protect the rest of the way. Tags: boys basketballCBAESMF-MJ-D During a dominant first half, ESM amassed a 37-14 lead on the Hornets, and quite unlike the Auburn game, the production was spread around.Mascato-Buffaloe was held to eight points, but Nick Brown led with 12 points and Jimmy Ferns got 11 points, with Naiche Cook and Matt Burchill-Wright each getting eight points, too, and Peterson earning seven points.Josh Michel led F-M with 12 points, but in many ways, despite a late surge, the Hornets found itself unable to recover not just from the way the Spartans jumped all over them, but the way the previous night’s game with Liverpool ended.With a chance to knock off the Warriors at Onondaga Community College’s Allyn Hall and a lead in the final minutes, F-M still suffered a tough 57-55 defeat.Solid early production had the Hornets out in front, 18-13, through one period, and for a majority of the game it kept that margin as Ethan Page, with 16 points, and Jack Nucerino, with 13 points, led the way.Yet it could not put away Liverpool and, clinging to a 55-54 lead as time wound down, the Hornets fouled Jack Pento. Though Pento missed the free throw, Jacob Works got the rebound, converted, was fouled – and converted the three-point play with six seconds left.F-M was unable to answer it, and the Warriors escaped, mostly leaning on Works, whose 22 points topped all scorers.Elsewhere that night, Jamesville-DeWitt breezed to a 75-53 win over Fulton where it was close until the second quarter, when the Red Rams outscored the Red Raiders 23-10.Bishop Grimes hosted Syracuse Academy of Science and kept rolling with a 70-63 victory over the Atoms, where Jack Gutchess poured in 21 points as Ian Denton and Joe Wike had 18 points apiece. Sylvester Seton finished with 11 points.Manlius-Pebble Hill hosted Cato-Meridian and lost, 75-42, to the Blue Devils. Alex Abrams had 21 points, half the Trojans’ output, while James Kelly had 10 points and 12 rebounds.In Saturday’s action, Christian Brothers Academy had yet another close call, this time against its affiliated school in Albany, who edged the Brothers 69-68 in overtime.Down 50-45 through three quarters, CBA rallied to tie it, 61-61, and get it to OT, yet fell just short as Dan Anderson got 26 points, with Sam Haas adding 13 points and Colin Kelly earning 10 points.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story